April 03, 2006
He got my main point about growth when he commented that:
"Both drive and balance belong in any executive's skill set, and this book is a useful counterpoint to those who favor the steroids approach to business."
I’m honored Harvard reviewed the book. It’s also a little ironic. Their publishing arm has put out books hailing the management practices of Enron, and more recently Hardball. This is an approach to competition that is macho-on-the-outside/brittle-and-unsustainable-within. It’s one that my book warns against.